Peptide self-assembly on two-dimensional (2D) materials has been studied, aiming to applications for biosensors. A problem in the usage of peptides is their instability under aqueous solutions. To improve it, amino acid sequences of previously reported peptides were relatively complex. Thus, it could be beneficial to design a peptide which form stable assembled structures with a simple sequence. In this work, we developed peptides inspired by Fibroin which is a protein makes strong β-sheet structures in a silk. The sequence for the self-assembly has only glycines and alanines. We have succeed to form self-assembled structures with linear ordered structures on 2D materials, such as Graphite, MoS2, and BN, and evaluated their stability in aqueous solutions.